EHT in the Press

November 27th , 2017
An Insider Perspective: A Personal Take on the Intersection of Public Health, GIS and Smart Cities – Part 2: Electrosmog

The following is the second installment of a two-part series by Lance McKee.

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October 19th , 2017
Experts Expose Health Risks of Wireless Devices

As wireless communication increasingly becomes a way of life, some health advocates say there is little-to-no communication about the health risks associated with radiation emitted by devices such as cellphones.

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October 9th , 2017
Some Maryland Parents Pushing Schools, State to Bring Back Wired Internet

Two years ago, the Washington Waldorf School in Bethesda was undergoing some major renovations when school leaders decided to give the school more than just a new roof.

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September 25th , 2017
Worried about cell phone radiation? Just wait for the Apple Watch

The newly released Apple Watch — with its added feature of cellular connectivity — is reigniting concerns among some public health researchers and medical experts over the potential health risks of long-term exposure to radiation from cell phones.

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August 22nd , 2017
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Mexico’s El Mañana on Children and Cell Phones

Dr. Devra Davis warns of the dangers of cell phone use, mainly by children

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August 11th , 2017
‘Cell phones are killing us’

The use of cell phones causes cancer and tumors. It is the children who are most exposed. Those who have used it up to 30 minutes a day for 10 years double the risk.

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August 10th , 2017
JH News&Guide: Air quality worrisome amid haze

It’s another smoky August in Jackson Hole. But it’s actually what you can’t see — smaller, invisible particles of air contaminants — that worries Devra Davis. Davis, an environmental health scientist and writer who is co-founder and president of the Environmental Health Trust, is concerned that there is a public health threat that no one […]

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May 24th , 2017
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Green Gazette: First in the Nation: Maryland State Advisory Council on Children’s Health Recommends Reducing Wireless Exposure in The Classroom

In December 2016, the Maryland State Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC) voted to issue recommendations advising the Maryland Department of Education to recommend that local school districts reduce classroom wireless radiation exposures to as low as possible by providing wired – rather than wireless – internet connections. The Council’s action represents the […]

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April 8th , 2017
Mother using mobile phones, children at risk?

Pregnant women are very sensitive to any outside influences. The use of mobile phones is a factor affecting the health of the child has long been studied by scientists. A recent study has shown that if a mother is regularly using a mobile phone during pregnancy, her baby is at risk for behavioral problems, most […]

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March 29th , 2017
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A previously unreleased report on cell phone radiation commissioned by California’s Department of Public Health has finally been released.

Thank you for publishing the recent commentary by Devra Lee Davis regarding limiting wifi in schools (“Wifi in Md. schools may put your kid at risk for cancer,” March 24).

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